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I want us to fit in," the superhero witch Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) tells her android husband Vision (Paul Bettany) in an early episode of the new series "WandaVision." But somehow now they've landed here, in Disney+'s first MCU TV series, appearing in nine half-hour episodes instead of in a feature film. As the series goes on, time and references morph and blur; Disney publicity says the series' style will move from an imitation of "I Love Lucy" to "The Brady Bunch" and on to "The Office." Wanda and Vision don't fit into '50s suburbia (or '60s suburbia, for that matter), and they have to conceal their identities from neighbors and friends. "WandaVision" is a detour from the usual MCU formula and an exciting preview of how adventurous the MCU is willing to be with its Disney+ shows.
Persons: Wanda, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, it's, Lucy, Truman, Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Olsen, Bettany, ironizing television's, David Lynchian, It's Organizations: Marvel, Truman, Prestige, Disney, Netflix Locations: Westview
Disneyland Resort, a New Jersey mall, convention centers, and sports stadiums are opening their doors to the public as mass vaccination sites. Among the mass vaccination sites where people have begun receiving the vaccines, which were approved in mid-December, are Disneyland resort, a New Jersey Mall, and Gillette Stadium. Raymond Boyd/Getty ImagesChicago has opened up six mass vaccination sites at colleges across the city, according to a report from WGN9 News. More mass vaccination sites will be announced in the coming days. Gary Burke / ContributorThe Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Pennsylvania will soon transform into a mass vaccination site.
Persons: doesn't, David McNew, Darryl Webb, KENA BETANCUR, Malcolm, Raymond Boyd, Arturo Velasquez, Richard J, Harry, Jacob K, Jacob Javits, John Lamparski, Caleb Jones, Neal Blaisdell, Maddie Malhotra, Charlie Baker, Gary Burke, Aaron Sweet, Paul S, Howell, Jerome Schottenstein, Justin Casterline, Elaine Cromie, Mercedes, Danny Karnik, Ritu Manoj Jethani, Shutterstock Organizations: Disneyland, Sports, Trump, Washington Post, Moderna, Pfizer, Gillette, Citi, Getty, New York Mets, Citi Field, Arizona Cardinals, Big, REUTERS, Farm's Arizona Cardinals, AZ, Rowan College of South, ABC7, Malcolm X College, Chicago, WGN9, Daley College , Olive, Harvey College, Kennedy, King College, Harry S Truman College, Javits Convention, Jacob Javits Convention, Javits Center, Westchester County Center, New, Expo, State University of New, Hawaii, Neal Blaisdell Center, Massachusetts, Massachussetts, New England Patriots, Dorney, Lehigh Valley Health Network, University of New Mexico's Lobos, UNM, Houston , Texas The Astros, Houston Health Department, Houston Astros, Jerome, Value City, The Ohio State, Jerome Schottenstein Center, TCF Center, Detroit's TCF Center, Mercedes Benz Arena, Atlanta Mercedes Benz, Benz, Atlanta Falcons, Fulton County, of Health, Virginia, Virginia Beach Convention Locations: New Jersey, New York, California, Southern, Orange County , California, Fiume, Rockaway Townsquare, Townsquare, Rockaway , New Jersey, AFP, Rowan College of South Jersey, Chicago, Chicago , Illinois, United States, Westchester, Syracuse, State University of New York, Albany, Jones, Oahu Honolulu, Hawaii Hanauma, Oahu, Hawaii, Honolulu, Foxborough, Wildwater, Pennsylvania, Lehigh, Albuquerque , New Mexico, Houston , Texas, Houston, Ohio, Detroit, Detroit , Michigan, Atlanta, Fulton, Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach , Virginia
The firm has big plans for wealth management and international growth. "I expect there to be very tough, brutal competition in the next 10 years," JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said on Friday. Read more:Wealth management plansKristin Lemkau, the chief executive of JPMorgan's US wealth management business. JP Yim/Getty Images for Girlboss Rally NYC 2018The firm is planning to significantly expand its financial advisor force, bringing the firm closer in size and scope to its rival firms in wealth management. Rivals have also been making deals in the asset-management space, putting a spotlight on JPMorgan's own plans.
Persons: Jamie Dimon, fintechs, Wells, Mike Mayo, We've, Dimon, Read, Kristin Lemkau, JP Yim, Lemkau, Charlie, Charlie Scharf, Scharf, Jennifer Piepszak, Gerrod, it's, Chase, Gerrod Parchmon Organizations: JPMorgan, Tech, PayPal, Mastercard, Facebook, Google, Apple, Girlboss Rally, Wealth Management, JPMorgan Chase, Bloomberg, Chase, Phoenix Locations: Wells Fargo, Asia, Ohio, Chicago
She helps brick-and-mortar retailers launch online shops, mentors fellow stage actors who want to build an online presence, and manages clients' social media accounts and analytics. Schur Chase offers a variety of packages that range in price from $1,000 for basic services to $3,500 for all-inclusive social media management. We stayed with my parents in my hometown of Melbourne and I began taking on more social media clients. They needed someone to run their Instagram and social media accounts, so I took several courses and earned a Facebook advertising certification. While he developed the sites, I integrated their social media so they could also offer one-touch shopping from those accounts to help keep their businesses alive.
Persons: Rachel Schur Chase, Schur Chase, Gia Miller, Annie, Roxie Hart, I'm, Ben, I'd, I've, Dmitry Sholokhov, David Mitchell Brown, we've, influencer, Lauren Desbgerg, Chase, it'll, Tina Fey Organizations: Schur, Broadway, Chicago, Inc, Facebook, NBC, Equity Locations: Florida, Melbourne, Palm Beach
President Donald Trump is planning a red carpet, military band, and a US Air Force flypast on the morning of Joe Biden's inauguration, according to ABC News. Biden's inauguration ceremony will be socially-distanced and star-studded. President Donald Trump is planning an "elaborate, military-style sendoff" for himself before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20, according to ABC News. The president hopes to outshine Biden's ceremony by concurrently hosting a televised political rally in Florida, sources told Axios last month. Biden's inauguration plans will be pared-down and socially-distanced but, nonetheless, star-studded.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, He's, Trump —, , Biden's, Trump, Read, Biden, Barack Obama, outshine, Axios, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake Organizations: US Air Force, ABC News, Associated Press, Mar, CNN, Air Force One, Bloomberg, Capitol, Twitter, FBI Locations: Lago, Washington, DC, Chicago, Florida
Some VCs have been declaring that San Francisco is over, and now they have the numbers to prove it. In 2020, San Francisco reached only 81.2% of the angel and seed deals it made in 2019. This means, compared to other major cities, San Francisco was less dominant than it's been in the last decade. Similarly, prominent VCs like Palantir co-founder Joe Lonsdale left San Francisco and Opendoor co-founder J.D. Meanwhile, New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles all experienced a decrease in deals — albeit not as drastic a drop as San Francisco.
Persons: Pitchbook, Keith Rabois, it's, VCs, haven't, Rabois, Joe Lonsdale, Opendoor, J.D, Ross, San Francisco, Ann Miura, Ko, Eric Newcomer, It's, Read, Elizabeth Yin, Still Organizations: National Venture Capital Association, San, Venture, Founders Fund, Area Locations: San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston, Silicon Valley, Miami, Austin, Silicon, Bay, New York, Kabbage, , New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Francisco
CHICAGO, Jan 15 (Reuters) - A big burst of federal aid for U.S. states and local governments in Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s massive fiscal stimulus plan helped higher-yielding debt from lower-rated issuers in the U.S. municipal bond market on Friday. Investors have flocked to high-yield muni bond funds, which reported record-high net inflows topping $1 billion in the week ended Jan. 13. Groups representing states, cities and counties have been clamoring for more federal aid as the economic fallout from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic led to revenue shortfalls. Moody’s Analytics recently reduced its projected fiscal 2020 to fiscal 2022 gross shortfall for states and local governments to $330 billion from $450 billion due to an improved economic outlook. With New York State’s new fiscal year beginning on April 1, Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday called on Washington to pass Biden’s plan and fill the state’s $15 billion budget gap.
Persons: Jan, Joe Biden’s, Greg Saulnier, MMD, Biden, , Emily Swenson Brock, Andrew Cuomo, , Tom Kozlik Organizations: CHICAGO, Democratic, Investors, Government Finance, Federal Liaison, York, U.S . Senate, Republicans, HilltopSecurities Inc Locations: U.S, Illinois, New Jersey, Washington, York
And some of the most populous states are still slow to release data online. California has yet to release daily vaccination data online. Los Angeles County is reporting data though, as is New York City, which published vaccination data online before the state did. Even so, the CDC has not yet released data on race, age or home locations within states. ET): An earlier version of the chart in this article incorrectly stated that Arizona does not have a Covid-19 vaccine data dashboard.
Persons: haven’t, “ I'm, , Howard Koh, Harvard University’s T.H, Koh, ” Koh, Alex Azar, Mario Anzuoni, It's, It’s, Peter Hotez, he’s, ” Hotez, , “ We’ve, Hotez Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, CDC, WBEZ, Harvard University’s, of Public Health, Human Services, NBC, . West, Baylor College of Medicine, United, Communist Party Locations: Covid, Chicago, Chan, freezers, Missouri, Connecticut, California, Angeles, New York City, Idaho, South Dakota, . West Virginia, Kansas , Illinois, Arkansas, Anaheim , Calif, Illinois, States, Tennessee, Florida, United States, Arizona
FILE PHOTO: A health care worker gives a coronavirus test at a COVID drive-thru testing center at Bergen Community College, as the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Paramus, New Jersey, U.S., December 3, 2020. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidCHICAGO (Reuters) - A new, more transmissible variant of the coronavirus first discovered in Britain has been detected in 10 U.S. states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday, warning that it could become the dominant circulating variant in the United States by March. The variant, known as B.1.1.7, is believed to be twice as transmissible as the current version of the virus circulating in the United States. Its rapid spread will increase the burden on health resources at a time when infections are surging, further sapping strained healthcare resources and increasing the need for better adherence to mitigation strategies, such as social-distancing and mask-wearing, the CDC said in its weekly report on death and disease. It also increases the percentage of the population that needs to be vaccinated to achieve protective herd immunity to control the pandemic, the CDC said.
Persons: Brendan McDermid CHICAGO Organizations: Bergen Community College, REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, CDC Locations: Paramus , New Jersey, U.S, Britain, United States
FILE PHOTO: A health care worker gives a coronavirus test at a COVID drive-thru testing center at Bergen Community College, as the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Paramus, New Jersey, U.S., December 3, 2020. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidCHICAGO (Reuters) - A new, highly transmissible variant of the coronavirus first discovered in Britain could become the dominant variant in the United States by March, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned on Friday. The variant, known as B.1.1.7, is believed to be twice as contagious as the current version of the virus circulating in the United States. So far, 76 people from 10 U.S. states have been infected with the U.K. variant. The variant, which includes several genetic changes, makes the virus more capable of being passed from person to person.
Persons: Brendan McDermid CHICAGO Organizations: Bergen Community College, REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, CDC Locations: Paramus , New Jersey, U.S, Britain, United States
US STOCKS-Wall Street drops as big banks fall after results
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Devik Jain | Medha Singh | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window.) JPMorgan fell 2.2% following a seven-day winning streak that had pushed the stock about 12% higher. The S&P 500 banks index shed 3.3%. Nine of the 11 major S&P sectors fell, with energy, financials and industrials posting the steepest declines after leading markets higher in the recent rally. The S&P 500 posted 5 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 180 new highs and eight new lows.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, , Paul Nolte, , we’ve, Dennis Dick, Morgan, Devik Jain, Medha Singh, Saumyadeb Chakrabarty, Maju Samuel Organizations: JPMorgan, Citigroup, Dow, Nasdaq, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc, Wells Fargo & Co, Washington Post, Biden, Kingsview Investment Management, Bright Trading, Dow Jones, Exxon Mobil Corp, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, Spotify Technology SA, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, NYSE Locations: Wells Fargo, U.S, Washington, Chicago, Las Vegas, Refinitiv, Bengaluru
Wall Street drops as big banks fall after results
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Devik Jain | Medha Singh | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
JPMorgan fell 2.2% following a seven-day winning streak that had pushed the stock about 12% higher. The S&P 500 banks index shed 3.3%. Nine of the 11 major S&P sectors fell, with energy, financials and industrials posting the steepest declines after leading markets higher in the recent rally. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 135.21 points, or 0.44%, to 30,856.31, the S&P 500 lost 18.40 points, or 0.48%, to 3,777.14 and the Nasdaq Composite lost 60.55 points, or 0.46%, to 13,052.08. The S&P 500 posted 5 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 180 new highs and eight new lows.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, , Paul Nolte, , we’ve, Brendan McDermid, Dennis Dick, Morgan Organizations: Reuters, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc, Wells Fargo & Co, JPMorgan, Washington Post, Biden, Kingsview Investment Management, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Bright Trading, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Exxon Mobil Corp, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, Spotify Technology SA, Citigroup, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, NYSE Locations: U.S, Washington, Chicago, New York, Las Vegas, Refinitiv
CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Many U.S. pharmacies, including those inside Kroger Co supermarkets and the drugstore chain of CVS Health Corp, say they will not be checking IDs before administering COVID-19 vaccines, leaving the door open to those who do not meet states’ guidelines to jump the line. FILE PHOTO: Healthcare workers prepare Pfizer coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccinations in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 7, 2021. The biggest U.S. grocery chain has so far administered about 7,800 COVID-19 vaccines to healthcare workers and nursing home staff and residents. Others are adhering to strict guidelines meant to assure that scarce coronavirus vaccine supplies went first to healthcare workers, nursing home residents and first responders. “We are not planning to ask for ID to receive a COVID-19 vaccination,” a CVS Health spokesman said.
Persons: Lucy Nicholson, Alex Azar, , William Schaffner, Schaffner, ” Schaffner, Organizations: CHICAGO, U.S, Kroger, CVS Health Corp, Pfizer, REUTERS, CVS, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Washington D.C, Safeway, Food, Albertsons Companies Inc, Vanderbilt Locations: COVID, Los Angeles , California, U.S, United States, “ State, Illinois , Kansas , Missouri, Wisconsin, Florida, Washington
Republican senators who voted to acquit Trump in February — in a hollowed-out trial without witnesses — misread the president, completely seemingly convinced that impeachment alone might temper his actions. Trump’s Senate enablers allowed Trump to escape the consequences of his abuse of power by their near-unanimous vote to acquit last February. If the Senate convicts Trump, a simple Senate majority can bar him from ever again holding any federal office. And unlike Trump, Nixon resigned when Republican congressional leaders told him that he would likely be convicted in a Senate impeachment trial. Duty demands that he be convicted by the Senate and, by a Senate vote, barred from ever again holding the power of the presidency.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mitt Romney, Trump, acquit Trump, , Sens, Susan Collins, Mike Braun, Sen, Lamar Alexander, Joe Biden, convicting, Collins, Braun, Alexander, enablers, Mike Pence, acquit, Alexander Hamilton, Peter Rodino, Richard Nixon, Nixon, Liz Cheney, Trump's Organizations: Trump, Republicans, Biden, Electoral College, Capitol, Congress, Republican, House, Capitol Police, United, United State, Senate Locations: Utah, , Maine, Ukraine, United States, Wyoming, United
The problems stem from a confluence of factors as auto manufacturers compete against the sprawling consumer electronics industry for chip supplies. In at least one case, the shortage ties back to President Donald Trump’s policies aimed at curtailing technology transfers to China. Huawei stockpiled chips ahead of the ban in order to keep building what products it could after it took effect. An AutoForecast Solutions report estimated the global auto industry had already experienced lost volume of 202,000 vehicles as of Jan. 13. Executives at automakers and suppliers said they are adapting production schedules to protect chips used in higher-profit vehicles.
Persons: Kamil Krzaczynski, Donald Trump’s, TSMC, , SMIC, C.C, Wei, Ford, Mike Hogan, Trump, eyeing, Daniel Goehl, Organizations: Reuters, Trump, Ford, Plant, REUTERS, Ford Motor Co, Subaru Corp, Toyota Motor Corp, Volkswagen, Nissan Motor Co Ltd, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Consumers, China’s Semiconductor Manufacturing, U.S, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, TSMC, Lexus, HUAWEI, House, Huawei Technologies Co, Huawei, UltraSense Systems, Commerce, Huawei blacklistings, Analysts Locations: Chicago , Illinois, U.S, United States, China, Taiwan, TSMC, Kentucky, Saarlouis, Germany
Other parts of the travel industry are helping, tooMany corners of the travel industry are looking for a way to pitch in to help end the pandemic. Covid-19 Vaccines › Answers to Your Vaccine Questions If I live in the U.S., when can I get the vaccine? A growing number of coronavirus vaccines are showing robust protection against becoming sick. So for the time being, even vaccinated people will need to wear masks, avoid indoor crowds, and so on. Will mRNA vaccines change my genes?
Persons: Paul ., it’s, I’ve, they’re, you’ve, Jay Burress, That’s, , Burress, Sharon Decker, wasn’t, Organizations: Chicago O’Hare, Chicago Midway, Los Angeles International, Pfizer, Moderna, State Fair of West, Greenbrier County Health Department, Anaheim Convention Center, Visit, Carolina’s Tryon Locations: Tampa, Newark, Minneapolis, St, U.S, Monterey, Monterey , Calif, Salinas, State Fair of West Virginia, Greenbrier County, Orange, Anaheim, Visit Anaheim, Carolina’s, Polk County, N.C
Opinion | My Grandfather Was a Good Cop. Or Was He?
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Joanna Novak | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
He makes “a career of being among the ‘front-runners’” in his endeavors, I read, and is named chief in 1953. I learn facts — I think they’re facts — information I never knew: graduated from two F.B.I. I get to August 1964 and come across a headline that makes me reconsider my grandfather. Nineteen miles from Stickney, south on Harlem Avenue along the Cal-Sag Trail, past the Cook County Forest Preserve. In Dixmoor, windows were shattered, shopping centers looted and torched, and the police were called in.
Persons: he’s, ’ ”, patrolmen —, — “, , Michael Brown, Ron Grossman, Richard Ogilvie, bullhorned, Organizations: Stickney Police, Haley School, Girl Scouts, , Control, , The Chicago Tribune, Cal, Forest Preserve Locations: Stickney, Forest, Ferguson, Mo, Harlem, Sag, Cook, Dixmoor, Cook County
Clash of the quadragenarian quarterbacks: Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Ben Morse | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
(CNN) Should this NFL game be shown as a live broadcast or on the History Channel? That's the question that's been put to Tom Brady and Drew Brees ahead of their meeting in the NFL playoffs this Sunday, the first postseason game in NFL history to feature two opposing starting quadragenarian quarterbacks. The 43-year-old Brady tweeted a "History Awaits" picture ahead of the clash, while 42-year-old Brees gave it a thumbs up, saying : "This is good!" Brady joked that he will have to overcome an age difference with Brees if he wants to win on Sunday. Two of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history Brees and Brady share a few words after the regular season game between the Saints and the Buccaneers.
Persons: that's, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Brady, Brees, Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, Josh Allen, he's, We're, We've, Sean Payton Organizations: CNN, NFL, New, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NFC Divisional, Brees, Saints, Buccaneers, Tampa Bay, New England Patriots, Washington Football Team, Chicago Bears, NFC, Bucs Locations: New Orleans, Tampa, Louisiana
Seasons raised $4.3 million in 2019 from investors such as Alexis Ohanian's Initialized Capital, Notation Capital, and the rapper Nas. In an interview with Business Insider, Perlera talks about his company Seasons and how he wants to redefine ownership for the next generation. Reconnecting with an old partnerAfter this funding round, Perlera reconnected with an old friend, Luc Succes, 30, who came aboard as cofounder. Inventory is a problem for Seasons, Perlera acknowledged, mostly because it's so expensive to acquire, and sizes often sell out quickly. "The second time around, I think we had to build a reputation that we could build a product," Perlera said.
Persons: Regy Perlera, Alexis Ohanian's, Nas, Perlera, Alexis Ohanian, Prada, Gucci, Dior, Luc Succes, Jesse Hudnutt, Succes, Read, Alice, Olivia, Stacey Bendet, Organizations: Business, Seasons, Nike, Capital, Black Locations: New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix
Kyrie Irving #11 of the Brooklyn Nets looks on during the game against the Washington Wizards on February 1, 2020 at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. (Photo by Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images)Brooklyn Nets stars Kyrie Irving has been fined $50,000 for violating Covid-19 protocols, the National Basketball Association announced Friday. Irving, who the Nets will pay $33 million this season, will forfeit salary for games he missed during his quarantine period. Though Irving sat out the Nets' last five games, he's only being docked for two games and must forgo over $400,000 per game. The NBA said Irving is allowed to return on Saturday if he clears league protocols.
Persons: Irving, Ned Dishman, Byron Spruell, James Harden, Harden Organizations: Brooklyn Nets, Washington Wizards, Capital, Getty Images, National Basketball Association, NBA, Nets, Saturday's Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls Locations: Washington ,
Wagy posted at length about his visit to Washington, DC on Facebook. AP Photo/Richard DrewWagy deleted his Facebook posts after Fight for 15 — a national labor organization — tweeted a screenshot of one of his posts. This week, Stand Up KC and a McDonald's franchisee who was disturbed by the posts shared screenshots of Wagy's Facebook with Insider. The Capitol siege has forced big business to reassess how it interacts with Washington, D.C. Another source with knowledge of McDonald's franchisees' thoughts on the matter said that some were dismayed by McDonald's decisions.
Persons: Jim Wagy, Trump, Wagy, McDonald's, baselessly, Biden, Antifa, Chris Kempczinski, Richard Drew Wagy, , Kempczinski, Mark Salebra, Forbes, it's, Donald Trump, Tasos Katopodis, Steve Easterbrook, Read, Joe Erlinger, George Floyd, Katie Beirne, Tweet Wagy Organizations: Trump, McDonald's Corporation, Facebook, EPIC, DC, Capitol, Washington D.C, KC, Business, McDonald's National, Leadership Alliance, National, D.C, Deutsche Bank to Girl Scouts, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Social, Warriors, Equity Research, BLM, New York Times Locations: Washington , DC, Washington, Washington ,, Missouri, Kansas, DC, McDonald's, McD's, America, Chicago, Maryland, Easterbrook, Minneapolis
New York (CNN) An estimated 1,000 fast food workers across the United States went on strike Friday over low wages, staging protests in honor of Martin Luther King Jr . Nearly 20% of the estimated 3.9 million fast food workers in America are Black, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, though Black Americans make up just 13% of the US population. "Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is among the most powerful tools to lift up Black and Brown workers," she said. Blalock said her employer cut her hours back in March when Covid-19-related lockdowns caused many fast food chains to lose business. Fast food employees make up a large chunk of the essential workers who have continued to go into work while many other Americans worked from home.
Persons: Martin Luther King Jr, Louis, Brown, Allynn Umel, Umel, Taco, Burger, McDonald's, Rita Blalock, Blalock, Jesse Lewin, Wanda Lavender, Lavender, hasn't, Popeyes didn't, Umar Benson, Joe Biden Organizations: CNN, Union, CNN Business, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Taco Bell Locations: York, United States, Atlanta, Chicago, St, Los Angeles, Memphis, America, Memphis , TN, Raleigh , North Carolina, Durham, Covid, Durham , NC, Milwaukee, Popeyes
The dovish comments reinforced expectations that the Fed will allow inflation to rise above the Fed's target of 2% for longer before raising rates. Yields on the 10-year Treasury note rose as high as 1.138%, up from an earlier low of 1.075%. Inflation expectations also increased, with 10-year TIPS now pricing in average annual inflation of 2.09% for the next decade, up from 2.06% before Powell's comments. A swift market sell-off last week pushed yields on 10-year Treasuries to highs last seen in March. Five-year note yields edged up to 0.480%.
Persons: Powell, Herbert Lash NEW, Jerome Powell, Joe Biden, Lou Brien, steepened, Herbert Lash, Paul Simao, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Herbert Lash NEW YORK, Federal, Princeton University, Labor Department, Reuters, Treasury Locations: Chicago, New York
New York City teacher Sari Rosenberg poses for a photograph in New York City, U.S. in July 2019. Across the country, many teachers, including those in neighboring New Jersey, are still not eligible to receive the vaccine. Many of the 50 million public students in the United States are still taking their classes online, almost a year after the virus shut down schools nationwide. In Chicago, where teachers are not getting vaccinated yet, the powerful teachers union is pushing back against the district requiring teachers to return to classrooms as it gradually reopens school buildings. In-person education has resumed for some in New York City public schools and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said this week he was eager to get more children back in the classroom.
Persons: Rebecca Crawford, Sari Rosenberg, Maximillian Re, Crawford, Andrew Cuomo, ” Crawford, Nicole Flores, vaccinate, , ” Rocio Lopez, Lopez, , Rosenberg, Bill de Blasio, Rochell Wallace, Haley, Wallace, I’m Organizations: YORK, New York City, New, REUTERS, Wednesday, Kings County Hospital, New York, Reuters, Maplewood Education Association, Health, Milwaukee Locations: New York City, U.S, Handout, Kings, Brooklyn, New Jersey, United States, Chicago, Orange, New York, New, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Transgender man fatally shot in Puerto Rico
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Dan Avery | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Puerto Rican police are investigating the death of a transgender man found with multiple gunshot wounds Jan. 9. Damián is the seventh known transgender person to die by violence in Puerto Rico since last February, according to the Transgender Law Center. In April, the suspects, Juan Carlos Pagán Bonilla, 21, and Sean Díaz de León, 19, became the first people in Puerto Rico to face federal hate crime charges. The following month, Yampi Méndez Arocho, a 19-year-old transgender man, died in Moca after being shot twice in the face and twice in the back. The Transgender Law Center grieved Damian’s death in a tweet Wednesday, writing, “We are horrified at what you experienced in your last moments.
Persons: Jan, Samuel Edmund Damián Valentín, misgendered Damián, José Padín, , , Samuel, Sam, Sammy, ” Padín, Damián, Pedro Julio Serrano, Puerto Rico Para Todas, ” Serrano, Juan Carlos Pagán Bonilla, Sean Díaz de León, Layla Peláez, Serena Angelique Velázquez, Penélope Díaz, Neulisa Luciano Ruiz, Méndez, Michelle Michellyn Ramos Vargas, Vargas, Alexander, I’m Organizations: Puerto, Police, Facebook, San Juan Daily Star, Transgender Law Center, Puerto Rico Para, ” “ Police, Metro Weekly, FBI, Human Rights, Transgender Law, Twitter Locations: Trujillo Alto, San Juan, Carolina, Puerto Rico, , Damián, Puerto, Humacao, Bayamon, Toa Alta, Moca, San German, United States, Chicago
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